Who was famous Native Americans Jim Thorpe?
Native American gold medal winning athlete!
Ian Thorpe is a swimmer who has won more Olympic gold medals than any other Australian athlete. He won 3 gold and 2 silver at the 2000 Olympics and 2 gold, 1 silver, and 1 bronze at the 2004 Olympics.
Answer . Here are the winners:. 2006 - Aaron Ross, CB Texas 2005 - Michael Huff, Texas 2004 - Carlos Rogers, Auburn 2003 - Derrick Strait, Oklahoma 2002 - Terrence Newman, Kansas St 2001 - Roy Williams, Oklahoma 2000 - Jamar Fletcher, Wisconsin 1999 - Tyrone Carter, Minnesota 199…8 - Antoine Winfield, Ohio St 1997 - Charles Woodson, Michigan 1996 - Lawrence Wright, Florida 1995 - Greg Meyers, Colo St 1994 - Chris Hudson, Colorado 1993 - Antonio Langham, Alabama 1992 - Deon Figures, Colorado 1991 - Terrell Buckley, Florida St 1990 - Darryll Lewis, Arizona 1989 - Mark Carrier, USC 1988 - Deion Sanders, Florida St 1987 - Bennie Blades, Miami 1987 - Rickey Dixon, Oklahoma 1986 - Thomas Everett, Baylor ( Full Answer )
he was a native American who won medals at the Olympics He also played football, played basketball when it was just starting as a sport, set records in track and field and was a major league baseball player.
Yes, Jim Thorpe coached for four years in the NFL. He was coach of the Canton Bulldogs in 1920, the Cleveland Indians in 1921, and the Oorang Indians in 1922 and 1923. His career NFL coaching record was 11-24-1.
Jim Thorpe played for the New York Giants (baseball) in 1913 and played sporadically with them as an outfielder for three seasons. After missing the 1916 season completely, he came back to play for the Giants in 1917 but was sold to the Cincinnati Reds early in the season. Late in the season, he… was sold back to the Giants. Again, he played sporadically for the Giants in 1918 and was traded to the Boston Braves ( Full Answer )
In 1913, Thorpe married Iva Miller , whom he had met at Carlisle. They had four children: Jim Jr. (who died at age 2), Gale, Charlotte and Grace. Thorpe was a chronic alcoholic in his later years. Miller filed for divorce from Thorpe in 1925, claiming desertion.. In 1926, Thorpe married Freeda V. K…irkpatrick , who was born September 19, 1905, and died March 2, 2007, in Yakima, Washington. She was working for the manager of the baseball team on which he was playing at the time. They had four sons: Carl, William, Richard and John. William, Richard and John "Jack" survived their mother, who had divorced their father in 1941 after 15 years of marriage. After the end of his athletic career, Thorpe struggled to support his family. He found it difficult to work outside sports and never kept a job for an extended period of time. During the Great Depression in particular, Thorpe held various jobs, among others as an extra in several movies, usually playing an Indian chief in Westerns. But he also worked as a construction worker, a bouncer, a security guard, and a ditch digger, and he briefly joined the United States Merchant Marine in 1945. . By the 1950s, Thorpe had no money left, and when he was hospitalized for lip cancer in 1950, he was admitted as a charity case. At a press conference announcing the procedure, Thorpe's wife wept and pleaded for help, saying: "we're broke.... Jim has nothing but his name and his memories. He has spent money on his own people and has given it away. He has often been exploited." In early 1953, Thorpe suffered his third heart attack while eating dinner with his third wife, Patricia Askew, in his trailer home in Lomita, California. Artificial respiration briefly revived him, and he was able to speak to those around him but lost consciousness shortly afterward and died on March 28. ( Full Answer )
Jim thrope was the greatest althete of the 20th century, he was known for playing baseball, track and field, and football. Jim thrope was the greatest althete of the 20th century, he was known for playing baseball, track and field, and football.
Tom Ashenbrenner in "The Jim Thorpe Story" was one of his coachesearly on. Jim Thorpe was an Olympic medalist.
Jim Thorpe won gold medals in the decathlon and pentathlon at the 1912 Olympic Games in Stockholm.
Jim Thorpe played professional baseball in 1909 and 1910. Although the Olympic rules of 1912 didn't forbade anyone athlete who played professionally, the Amateur Athletic Union, in 1913, retro-actively stripped Thrope of his medals.. Thorpe wrote a letter asking to be excused: "I hope I will be par…tly excused by the fact that I was simply an Indian schoolboy and did not know all about such things. In fact, I did not know that I was doing wrong, because I was doing what I knew several other college men had done, except that they did not use their own names.". The 1912 rules also states if anyone objected to the winner's medals, a complaint must be made within 30 days after the medals are awarded; the complaint was made in 1913-- six months after the games. In 1982, after the support of U.S. Congress, Jim Thorpe's Olympic medals were re-instated to him with two of Thorpe's children receiving commemorative medals. The original two medals awarded to Jim Thrope were stolen from a museum.. The United States was a overtly racist society at that time, and it is widely believed he was stripped of his medals because of racism. ( Full Answer )
Jim Thorpe cards sell within a wide range of prices at auction. Thelow end it could sell for is $3, and the high end is upwards of$6000.
Jim Thorpe was considered one of the most versatile athletes ever.He weighed 202 pounds. He played American football as well asprofessional basketball and baseball.
Yes in 1933 30 years after his death the International Olympic Committee restored his Olympics medals.
where did Jim Thorpe live at He was born near Prague, Oklahoma, in 1888, then in 1904, he moved on his own to Carlisle, Pennsylvania, where he attended Carlisle Industrial School and was coached by Glen "Pop" Warner.
Jim Thorpe was a world famous athlete. He won several Olympicmedals for running, and also played football professionally. He wasactively playing in the early 1900s, and his career lasted until1929.
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He belonged to the Sac and Fox Tribes. His native name was Wa-Tho-Huk, translated to be "a path lighted by a great flash of lightning" or, more simply, "Bright Path".
the hell he did no, but he went to school in the area, and the town is part of his legacy. No, and he did not go to school there. He was never even in the town. The town bought his remains as an attraction due to the steady decline of the entire area after the coal industry hit the skids. The …history section on the borough website mentions nothing of Jim Thorpe himself, except for one line where they said it was named after one of the nations greatest athletes. ( Full Answer )
1920 - Canton Bulldogs 1921 - Cleveland Indians 1922-1923 - Oorang Indians 1924 - Rock Island Independents 1925 - Rock Island Independents and New York Giants 1926 - Canton Bulldogs 1928 - Chicago Cardinals
This is really more a question of opinon, though I'd be inclined to say Sacagawea; she was the guide for Lewis and Clark.. Hope I helped!
Chris Eska the director of Smoke Signals also NW Indian, Sherman Alexie -famous writer idk what kinda Indian. Leonard Peltier -AIM, Dennis BAnks - AIM, Russell Means - AIM, Wilma Mankiller -bia, Robin Maxkii - BQR , Barbara Coe - CCIR, Winona LaDuke - WELRP, are all famous Indian activists. Ch…rystos - Poet Marvin Karlton Rainwater - singer ( Full Answer )
when he was a child his mother brother and dad died.his brother died first mother second andhis father died last
he did both speed and strength events he ran 200 and 1500 meters, threw the javelin and the discus, preforming the broad jump.
"Famous" is a relative term - some people will have heard of certain names, others will not, depending on their level of research and knowledge. A few names of some fairly well-known Cheyenne: . Buffalo Calf Road Woman, a female warrior at the Battle of the Rosebud who rescued her brother, Ch…ief Comes In Sight; she may also have fought Custer at the Little Bighorn. . Two Moon(s), chief of the Kit Fox society of the Northern Cheyenne, fought against Custer. . Wolf Robe, a Southern Cheyenne born in 1841. . Yellow Bear, a Cheyenne sub-chief. . Little Wolf, Sweet Medicine chief of the Cheyenne. . Dull Knife or Morning Star, chief of the Northern Cheyenne. . Lame White Man, an important war leader at the Little Bighorn. . Old Bear, another war leader at the Custer battle. . Magpie Eagle, a war chief present at the Little Bighorn. . Brave Bear. . Dirty Moccasins. . Mad Wolf. . Calf. . Roan Bear. ( Full Answer )
Yes, Jim Thorpe was part Native American. He was also of Europeanancestry. He played football, baseball, basketball, and was also anOlympic athlete.
Thorpe was raised as a Sauk and Fox. His father's parents were Irish and Sauk and Fox and his mother's parents were French and Pottawatomie. Thorpe's mother was a descendant of Black Hawk, a great Sauk and Fox chief.
No, there were others before him. Some of the baseball players who played in MLB before Jim Thorpe were ... 1) Louis Francis Sockalexis was from the Penobscot tribe and played outfield in MLB between 1897-1899 for the Cleveland Spiders of the National League. He was an excellent athlete and playe…d football and ran track as well as playing baseball. He was the first Native American to play in MLB. 2) Charles Albert Bender was from the Ojibwa tribe and an MLB pitcher who began his career with the Philadelphia Athletics in 1903. He won 212 career games, was on 3 World Series winning teams, and elected to the baseball Hall of Fame in 1953. 3) John Tortes Meyers was from the Cahuilla tribe and an MLB catcher who began his career with the New York Giants in 1909. He played for 9 seasons and had a career batting average of .291 and played on 4 World Series teams, unfortunately, all losing teams. His best season was 1912 when he hit .358 and led the National League in on base percentage at .441. ( Full Answer )
Yes Native Americans were allowed to play before Jim Thorpe. Typically the racial barrier in sports was specifically directed towards African Americans and generally players from Latin, Native American or other ethnic groups were allowed to play. One such example is Jimmy Claxton who was one of the… first to brake the professional baseball color barrier when he played two games for the Oakland Oaks. Claxton was allowed to play because it was believed he was Native American from a Oklahoma tribe; However within a week, a friend of Claxton revealed that he had both Negro and Native American ancestors, and Claxton was promptly fired. ( Full Answer )
because he was the greatest running back in the 20th century you big behind bouncy ball.
Will Rogers A Cherokee-Cowboy, Will Rogers was a popular Native American actor,philanthropist, social commentator, Vaudevillian, comedian, andpresidential candidate. He was born William Peen Adair Rogers to awell respected and relatively wealthy family, and was often hailedas Oklahoma's favorite so…n. He knew how to ride horses so well thatended up in the Guinness Book of World Records. His record was forsimultaneously throwing three ropes at a horse-one around thehorse's rider, one around the neck, and one around all four legs.He appeared in 71 films, and wrote more than 4,000 columns fornationally-syndicated newspapers. In 1935, he died in a plane crashin Barrow, Alaska. View Answer ( Full Answer )
James Beeland "Jim" Rogers, Jr. (born October 19, 1942) is anAmerican businessman, investor and author. He is currently based inSingapore. Rogers is the Chairman of Rogers Holdings and BeelandInterests, Inc. He was the co-founder of the QuantumFund and creator of the Rogers International Commodit…ies Index (RICI) . Rogers does not consider himself a member of any school of economicthought, but has acknowledged that his views best fit the labelof Austrian School ofeconomics. ( Full Answer )
8412.955. Jim Thorpe's standings in the 10 events of the 1912 Olympic decathlon: 1) 100 meter dash - 3rd - 904.8 points 2) Long Jump - 3rd - 830.95 points 3) Shotput - 1st - 809 points 4) High Jump - 1st - 958 points 5) 400 meter dash - 4th - 857.12 points 6) Discus - 3rd - 829.76 po…ints 7) 110 meter hurdles - 1st - 943 points 8) Pole Vault - 3rd - 751.6 points 9) Javelin - 4th - 748.925 points 10) 1500 meter run - 1st - 779.8 points ( Full Answer )
Jim Thorpe wowed the sporting world by winning gold medals in the pentathlon and the decathlon in the 1912 Olympics in Stockholm. Later that year, against opponents like the fabled Army football team, he scored 25 touchdowns for the Carlisle Indian School. Then Thorpe played six years of professio…nal baseball as an outfielder for the New York Giants, the Cincinnati Reds and the Boston Braves. In 1916 his football team, the Canton Bulldogs, won their first of three unofficial national championships, and Thorpe served as the first president of what is now the National Football League. Of mixed European and Native American background, Thorpe was a popular hero; his life story was dramatized in the 1951 film Jim Thorpe, All-American , starring Burt Lancaster. Although he never got rich because of it, Thorpe is considered one of the greatest athletes of the 20th century. ( Full Answer )
Jim Thorpe's medals were stripped of him because of professionalism. When the IOC changed the professionalism rule, he received his medals again.
Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania. After Thorpe's death in 1953, his body was placed in a tomb in Tulsa, Oklahoma to await burial. The town leaders of Mauch Chunk, Pennsylvania approached Thorpe's widow with a plan to 'purchase' his remains, erect a monument to him, and rename the town to Jim Thorpe in th…e hopes of attracting tourists to the area. Click on the "Jim Thorpe's Final Resting" link below to read more and see pictures. ( Full Answer )
Thorpe was very good at mostly all sports, but he played his best years in football (american) So the answer would be football.
The wolfpack in twilight r mostly native but dey don't relly do nething, robin maxki was on da cover of vivrer dis yer bt she ain't famous lik twilight, Angelina jolie is Indian but she don't claim it much, johnny depp is super famnous but i don't think he helps Indians
The legendary Jim Thorpe won two Olympic Gold Medals at the 1912 Olympics in the Pentathlon and Decathlon .
After his athletic career, he held a number of odd jobs - never as a broadcaster.
I'm not sure which one you're talking about. Assuming you're talking about the baseball player, he was born in Ok and died in NY. I think he did live in CA for a while. He lived in PA for a while.
1915-1917, 1919-1920, 1926 Canton Bulldogs, 1921 Cleveland Indians, 1922-1923 Oorang Indians, 1924 Rock Island Independents, 1925 New York Giants, 1928 Chicago Cardinals
Definitely not. Zebrec appears to be the name of a modern computer programme used by comcast.net and imgs is a lazy way of writing the word images.
The chief's name was definitely not Seattle - his name was really more like Si'alh, Seallh or Sealth (with a complex sound at the end not found in English) but white Americans could not be bothered to say it properly and settled for an approximation. He was (unusually) a chief of two differ…ent tribes: Duwamish and Suquamish. He is credited with making a speech about ecological matters and native American land rights, but this claim may be pure fantasy. The speech he gave in 1854 was entirely in the Lushootseed dialect, translated into Chinook jargon (a mixed dialect used in trade on the west coast). It may then have been translated into English but it was not properly published until 1891, then added to and altered in another version of 1929, then another version in 1931. The original speech is likely to have been misunderstood, mistranslated and embellished or fabricated over time, so what the chief actually said is definitely not known for certain. Despite all this, chief Si'alh was given the twisted compliment of having a city named after him (almost...) in Washington State. ( Full Answer )
Some are: Joseph Brant or Thayendandgea', Jay Silverheels who played Tonto in the Lone Ranger, and Kateri Tekakwithathe first Mohawk nun.
The Mandan tribe is probably one of the least well-known of all North American groups, despite being "famous" for a false claim made about them in the 19th century. They were badly reduced in numbers by smallpox and other diseases, as well inter-tribal warfare; they only survived by combining with t…wo other neighbouring tribes (the Hidatsa and Arikara). Among notable leaders of the Mandan were chiefs Posecopsahe (Black Cat), Cargarnomokshe (Raven Man), Shehekshote (White Coyote), Kagohame (Little Raven), Tatuckcopinreha (White Buffalo Robe), Crow Chief, Mahto Tope (Four Bears), Miniakihamato (Bear On the Water), Sheohmantho (Red Buffalo Cow), Charging Eagle, Peditska Amakish (Sitting Crow). Of these, Four Bears was painted by the artists George Catlin and Karl Bodmer - making him perhaps the most widely known of all Mandan chiefs. The false claim about the Mandan tribe is that they were "Welsh" and descended from a mythical Welsh prince named Madoc, who supposedly discovered the Americas by accident in the 12th century and returned to Wales to collect a large number of followers. These then set out for the area that later became Mobile Bay and gradually moved northwards, finally establishing a colony that became the Mandan tribe. This is all nonsense, taking no account of the absence of any ocean-going ships in Wales at the time - and there is no trace of any Welsh language among the Mandans (despite many claims made by unqualified people in the 1800s). As a tribe, the Mandan people are perhaps most famous for not being Welsh . . . ( Full Answer )
Yes, he is famous for having led a war party to victory in June of 1876 at the Battle of the Little Bighorn.
Mackenzie Thorpe is a British artist known most for his drawings and paintings. He is from the city of Middlesburgh, England; he was born in 1956. Although his art is quite famous across the Atlantic Ocean, typically only most knowledgeable in that subject know of him in the United States.
He became famous when he was finally announced as an American politician. He was inspirational to his supporters, thus making him more famous. There are other reasons, but this is the main one.
He was most famous for his investigation of the assassination of President John F Kennedy. His original name was "Earling Carothers Garrison", before he changed it into "Jim Garrison".
The American athlete? Apparently not. On the other hand, the Englishman who worked in the Leyland truck factory was, although you probably have never heard of him.